Gallery: Scientists Use Fungus Found in Blue Cheese to Make Self-Cleani...


Dish soap and sponges could be endangered species if a group of Swiss scientists have their way. Scientists have figured out a way to develop a self-cleaning plastic that, with the help of some special fungus, can eat spilled food. The scientists have described the plastic as “the first eating material,” and it’s one that could have seemingly limitless consumer applications. Keep reading to see how the magic plastic works.

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